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Binary Uptime

Binary Uptime refers to the time during which a system is working without failure and has had zero downtimes. Over a period of time, a system can end up slowing down or breaking down due to excessive usage. One way of checking the current uptime of the system is through the Performance tab of the task manager and via the command prompt. However, one might need more information to get a better comparison of system performance by checking the uptime from numerous intervals. System Uptime Full Plus is a Windows Gadget that displays the system uptime from the time of system installation, current uptime and uptime of the last time the system was used. It also displays some general information, including operating system type, version, date and time of operating system installation. This way you can compare your system’s uptime since the first time the OS was installed to the last and current usage. The gadget also displays the date and time of the last system usage which can be quite handy to track if the system is being over-used. Gadget have three modes – full, small and wide. Some users may want to increase the size of the gadget’s display to make it better readable, which can be helpful especially on larger displays. Save settings to file. (File will created – Path: %APPDATA% Filename: gadgetname_Settings.ini). Color changeable for all gadget’s elements, including background. The gadget is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008. All times shows in binary notation. This gadget is specially designed for Binary Lovers.